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CrapBag

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« Reply #40 on: 11-21-2006 23:00 »

The line that had me on the floor was: "And it appears the goalie has pooped his pants."
Eyedol7513

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« Reply #41 on: 11-23-2006 02:12 »

Ah yes, I forgot it's a cable show.
Spy

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« Reply #42 on: 11-24-2006 03:58 »

 
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Originally posted by CrapBag:
I loved this episode.
"Killed faster than Steve Irwin in a tank full of sting rays."
Ahahaha.


9/10

Thats the second time they've joked about that. Now I know it's all in good fun but the joke in Hell on Earth was enough they don't need to piss aussies off anymore.
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« Reply #43 on: 11-24-2006 10:31 »

Yeah, when Australians get mad, who KNOWS what they'll do? Ahh, I shudder to think of it. See me shudder? Ah!
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« Reply #44 on: 11-24-2006 17:14 »
« Last Edit on: 11-24-2006 17:14 »

pretty soon we will be attacked by koala bears

koala bears with chainsaws
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« Reply #45 on: 11-30-2006 19:03 »

 
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Originally posted by Nerd-o-rama:
Actually, if you want my opinion, shock value is what originally made South Park funny.  When that got old (after a season or two) they gradually focused more on satire, which is the aspect of the show I like best.  Although sometimes the 'satire' is just making fun of a group that's funny but doesn't necessarily deserve to be satirized, like the Mormons or WoW players, it's still funny.

Like I said, I didn't particularly like the last episode, but most of this season's been pretty great.  Cartoon Wars and Make Love Not Warcraft were particularly good.

that is pretty true. mmeh i guess it's just me. i just don't find the newer episodes as good in quality and as clever. i can't really explain what i mean in words, but there's definitely a difference between the latest episodes and the ones a few seasons ago.  But maybe it's just my taste..


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tyraniak

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« Reply #46 on: 12-12-2006 01:39 »

yeah seasons 3 to 8 were when the show was at it's best, now there's a lot more hit and miss episodes
Bigboysdontcry

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« Reply #47 on: 12-19-2006 11:03 »
« Last Edit on: 12-19-2006 11:03 »

its still good stuff though, its pretty darn funny, cartman is the coolest
Bendersucksfry

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« Reply #48 on: 12-21-2006 22:02 »

i like cartman because hes a fatass and im skiny hes my ital ....................joke
Juutje2111

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« Reply #49 on: 12-22-2006 20:11 »

Cartman totally rules. His sick twisted mind is wonderful, especially in episode 1 of season 5: Scott Tenorman Must Die. CLASSIC!
Eyedol7513

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« Reply #50 on: 12-23-2006 00:18 »
« Last Edit on: 12-23-2006 00:18 »

One of my friends told me that the Darth Vader Chef returns in some other episode in the same season and finally dies for sure.

Is this true? If so, what the title of the episode?

(And no, I'm not trying to cover for myself. I don't have cable, and I only saw 'The Return of Chef' because I downloaded it from X-Box Live.)
newhook_1

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« Reply #51 on: 12-23-2006 01:38 »

No, he is full of shit. Dončt worry.
Beamer

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« Reply #52 on: 12-23-2006 03:01 »

Yeah, the only time Darth Chef has been seen since The Return of Chef is in the intro.
Eyedol7513

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« Reply #53 on: 12-23-2006 03:32 »

OK, thanks for the clear up.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #54 on: 02-14-2007 12:29 »

Just one question.  How come it wasn't revealed that Ike was adopted and Canadian until the "Ike's Brie" episode?   
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« Reply #55 on: 02-14-2007 12:38 »

I only saw one episode of South Park - Make Love,Not Warcraft.The "I am socialising,artard!I'm playing a MMORPG with people from all over the world and getting HP with my part using team-speak" line made me laugh.
Beamer

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« Reply #56 on: 02-14-2007 16:55 »

 
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Originally posted by KurtPikachu2001:
Just one question.  How come it wasn't revealed that Ike was adopted and Canadian until the "Ike's Brie" episode?   

1. It's "Bris."

2. That episode was actually quite early into the series.

3. You couldn't tell before they "revealed" it?

Argh, I just... argh.
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #57 on: 02-14-2007 19:31 »

The 9th season comes out on DVD in March. I can't wait to see the closet episode again!
tyraniak

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« Reply #58 on: 02-15-2007 00:46 »

just in time for season 11, kickass dude
Dave B

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« Reply #59 on: 02-15-2007 04:59 »

 
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Originally posted by Beamer:
 1. It's "Bris."

2. That episode was actually quite early into the series.

3. You couldn't tell before they "revealed" it?

Argh, I just... argh.

It was in Season 2 I think, a very old episode on DVD's for you Americans, as you are upto Season 9 on DVD aren't you? But only 2 seasons behind what we are upto in the UK  frown, plus also Ike was the only member of Kyle's family with a flapping head so it was obvious he was different in some way  tongue
Beamer

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« Reply #60 on: 02-15-2007 08:34 »

Yep, Season 2, though I'm not American and I don't have the DVD's if that was directed at me.

Just ignore Kurt, he's not intelligent enough to ride the PEELer-coaster.
Spy

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« Reply #61 on: 02-17-2007 03:20 »

You must be this _____ mature to enter.
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« Reply #62 on: 02-17-2007 09:57 »

 
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Originally posted by Dave B:
 ...plus also Ike was the only member of Kyle's family with a flapping head so it was obvious he was different in some way   tongue
Before it was revealed I don't think any other babies had appeared in the show so it was just assumed that that was the way babies were.

Dave B

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« Reply #63 on: 02-17-2007 10:59 »
« Last Edit on: 02-17-2007 10:59 »

 
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Originally posted by Tweek:
Before it was revealed I don't think any other babies had appeared in the show so it was just assumed that that was the way babies were.

Maybe, but who cares now... As we all know it's the Canadians on South Park who have these head's

But something that's strange though is that Saddam Hussain has a flapping head and he isn't Canadian... Any explanations people?!?!   tongue
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« Reply #64 on: 02-17-2007 21:19 »

His first appearance was in Not Without My Anus, and since that was a Terrance and Phillip episode, EVERYONE in it was Canadian. Plus, it's funnier.
Dave B

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« Reply #65 on: 02-18-2007 09:30 »
« Last Edit on: 02-18-2007 09:30 »

Also I think that the concept that they are using an actual 'real' picture of his head means that it would look more like Saddam Hussain was actually talking with the use of a flapping head other then a black blob where his mouth should be changing shape...   hmpf so I think they used the best idea with flapping his head around   tongue plus, yeah it does look funny  laff
newhook_1

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« Reply #66 on: 02-19-2007 00:04 »
« Last Edit on: 02-19-2007 00:04 »

 
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Originally posted by KurtPikachu2001:
Just one question.

Ok, you can't ask another one. EVER.

I thought that the best talking celebrity head made from real pictures was the Mel Gibson one in "The Passion of the Jew", he was just so animated. To bad the episode was kinda lame, though. Even Trey said that he didn't like it in the season 8 commentaries. 
Dave B

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« Reply #67 on: 02-20-2007 15:51 »

 
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Originally posted by newhook_1:
I thought that the best talking celebrity head made from real pictures was the Mel Gibson one in "The Passion of the Jew", 

Hahaha I know exactly what you mean  big grin, the facial expressions they could make him do cracked me so consistantly up xD, they made him pucker up his lips and do really wide expressions for when he was singing as a clown, it was just hillarious  laff

Another funny notable celebrity head was Ben Afflik's used to show he was part of the ass faced family, pure genius xD
ZoidFryLeelaAmy
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« Reply #68 on: 02-27-2007 04:13 »

 
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Originally posted by Bendersucksfry:
im skiny hes my ital ....................joke
Could someone please explain to me what an ital is???  confused   confused And yeah, I like Cartman too, but I prefer TERRANCE AND PHILLIP!!!
tyraniak

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« Reply #69 on: 02-27-2007 12:40 »

I think he meant to say idol, but anyways, it's only 8 days until season 11
Beamer

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« Reply #70 on: 03-05-2007 03:21 »

Here's an interview with Matt and Trey on the new season:

 
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South Park returns March 7 for an 11th season on Comedy Central, and though we don't need to tell you that creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone still deliver after all these years, the fact that EW has dubbed their premiere our "Must Watch of the Week" — without actually knowing what it's about — does kinda say it.
What speaks even louder: Neither the duo nor the network will be revealing the plot of the episode before it debuts, period. "If it got out what it was," Parker says, "someone would try to stop us from doing it before it got on the air." Impending controversy? Hooray!
Here's what they did tell us during our recent chat:
They've got so many good ideas, it's hard to pick what the first one should be. Seriously, Stone said, "Please write that we've got so many good ideas, it's hard to pick what the first one should be." And apparently, he's not joking. As of Monday, the duo was still deciding which of two top-secret ideas should air first. (Yes, that means at least one other episode this season will be making "someone" pissy.) Parker credits their wealth of story lines to a particularly fruitful February writers' retreat in "geriatric" Palm Springs, where distractions were limited. "Yeah," Stone says, "we got to go places where it's not that fun to be."
Starting this season, episodes will be available uncensored on iTunes.
Stone: "Oh, that's something that we can talk about."
EW: "That's cool, but can you tell us anything about the premiere?"
Parker: "Honestly, when you see it, you're gonna be like, 'I see why they couldn't tell me.' Unless, we end up not going with that one because it doesn't work, and we go with something else." [Laughter]
Stone: "You suck so bad."
Norman Lear officiated Parker's Jan. 2006 wedding in Hawaii.
Parker: "Yeah, it was pretty great. Like, I couldn't imagine how else I would get married. I wasn't going to have some Catholic priest come down. And it just came out. I told Norman I was getting married, and he was like, 'Oh, well, I'm ordained. I can marry you.' He had married like four other couples or something like that. My wife didn't know who he was, so it was fine with her. She's Japanese, so it was basically a Shinto-slash-Norman Lear wedding. It was nice and simple and short and intimate."
EW: "Did you ever think you'd be doing an interview about your wedding?"
Parker: "No. No."
EW: "This is what happens, gentlemen, when you won't tell me a plot of a single episode."
[Laughter. Silence]
Stone: "You wanna tell her about 24?"
One of the first seven episodes will be a parody of 24. "Basically, we've spent the last month watching like three or four episodes a day, studying what they do," Parker says. "We're fans of the show, and we're really impressed with the writing, but as soon as you have Cartman saying the same stuff, it's pretty damn funny."
They're not planning on touching the Anna Nicole Smith media frenzy. For now.
Parker: "It's not to say it's not gonna end up in week 4 or 5, but so far, we just don't really have a take on it. Like things have happened in this off season that we really did get worked up about, and the Anna Nicole thing is like, we really just don't care."
EW: "So what worked you up?"
Parker: "Oh, you'll see." [Laughter] "Oh boy, you'll see."

So, the only plots revealed are that Hillary Clinton will be going to South Park, and there'll be a 24 parody. Until they finally put THIS up on South Park Studios:

 
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This Week on South Park: "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson"
The “N” bomb hits South Park and Cartman fights a midget.

So, I take it they're doing a Michael Richards thing? Hmmm.
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« Reply #71 on: 03-08-2007 00:22 »
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Mmmkay, I'm not sure what Matt and Trey were trying to get at exactly here. The Randy and Stan storylines really seemed to have conflicting messages.

Maybe that white people don't understand what it's like to be called a n***er, that's actually the one word I'm a little uncomfortable saying, but black people don't understand what it's like to be known as a white guy who used the word? That Black people should let it go? That white people only care about themselves because action was only taken in congress once a phrase arose that made some white people uncomfortable? I'm not entirely sure.

The episode itself did seem a little lacking in the humor department, but Cartman fighting a midget saved it.

*Edit* Also, am I the only one who gets sick of people who say that South Park ripped on Dawkins? They portrayed him as a perfectly reasonable man, which he is, they ripped on the retards who treat his ideas like they are an evangelicalist religon, thus nullifying them. Trust me, there are a lot of these folks around the internet.
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« Reply #72 on: 03-08-2007 06:00 »

Ehhh, I'd say they did rip on him to some extent. Matt or Trey even said in an interview "He's the smartest idiot ever." And Newhook, I think it was just to say that, even in today's world, there are still some significant double-standards. The fact that congress banned the phrase "nigger guy" but not "nigger" itself kinda drove that home. But, who knows? It pretty much seemed like a general "raise some points on racism/political correctness" thing rather than attacking one aspect of it specificially.

Anyway, that episode was alright. The beginning scene with Randy on Wheel of Fortune was HILARIOUS, the rest of the episode was kinda average. A few laughs here and there, nothing really that special, and... well, it pretty much went nowhere. Certainly not bad, but I think they could've done a stronger episode for their season premiere.

7.5/10
(Got an extra half-point for Down With the Sickness)
tyraniak

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« Reply #73 on: 03-08-2007 14:37 »

My favorite part was Jesse Jackson asking Randy to "appologize"
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #74 on: 03-08-2007 16:18 »

I forgot it was on last night. frown

I can always see the reruns or just download it.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #75 on: 03-08-2007 17:32 »

It's on again tonight at 10.  The new episode was awesome!  The season looks like it's coming off to a good start! 
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« Reply #76 on: 03-09-2007 01:41 »

Yeah, really strong start I think. Looks like Micheal Richards finally made his way onto the show.

Will they leave no stone unturned?
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« Reply #77 on: 03-09-2007 06:15 »

That was a pretty funny episode, it got the series off to a good start  smile
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #78 on: 03-09-2007 11:30 »

Naggers! The first part was the best part of the whole show.
I

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« Reply #79 on: 03-09-2007 17:35 »

Awesome episode. Just awesome.

But the Cartman/midget fight still doesn't beat the cripple fight.
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